Monthly Archives: January 2012

Lesson 8.4, Third-Party Communications

Here’s your video introduction to Lesson 8.4 in the ARRL Ham Radio License Manual for the Technician class license. After finishing the video, you can click here to return to the list of videos. BTW, the backdrop is several of … Continue reading

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Lesson 8.3, Interference

Here’s your video introduction to Lesson 8.3, Interference, in the ARRL Ham Radio License Manual for Technician class license. After you have finished, you may return to the list of lessons by clicking here. BTW, the backdrop is a picture … Continue reading

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Lesson 8.2, Identification

Here’s your video introduction to Lesson 8.2 in the ARRL Ham Radio License Manual for the Technician class license. After watching the video and reading the textbook, you may return to the list of lessons by clicking here. BTW, the … Continue reading

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Lesson 8.1, Control Operators

Here’s your video introduction to Lesson 8.1 in the ARRL Ham Radio License Manual for the Technician class license. After you have finished the video and studying the textbook, you may return to the list of videos by clicking here. … Continue reading

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Lesson 7.5, Call Signs

Here’s your video introduction to Lesson 7.5, Call Signs, in the ARRL Ham Radio License Manual. After watching this video you will be better prepared to understand the material in the book. Don’t forget to check the test questions! There … Continue reading

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Lesson 7.4, International Rules

Here’s your video introduction to section 7.4 in the ARRL Ham Radio License Manual for Technician class. In the video I mention a link to the ARRL site to look at country-specific information regarding US amateur radio operators operating in … Continue reading

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Kindlegen and the OPF file

In an earlier post, I talked about Kindlegen and how to make it sing. This post talks about the key to all that singing: the OPF file. The OPF file is essentially a list of things for Kindlegen to do. … Continue reading

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Skybeam still AWOL

My troubles with Skybeam, my ISP, continue. Some time prior to Dec 8th, my 5 Mbps download speed suddenly became 2 Mbps. That’s too slow for YouTube videos and many other things. I’ve called over a dozen times. I keep … Continue reading

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Kindlegen: Making it stand up and sing!

Amazon’s Kindlegen is for books, right? Those following this blog know that I’m getting close to releasing my new novel, The Unexpected Traveler, on Kindle. So why am I writing here instead of on the Mt. Sneffels Press website? The … Continue reading

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I’m teaching a writing workshop on March 7th

Wow! They called and asked me to do this one! Cool! I love doing these things. For details, see this post at my writing and publishing website.

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